The Most Addictive Substance Known To Man And Mice

Cocaine is therefore the most addictive substance known to man and mice. This is what makes cocaine the most addictive substance known to man. They have done experiments with mice and even monkeys/chimpanzee’s. The most famous experiment is one where a monkey hit the bar over 16,000 times for it to release a small dose of cocaine. This is 1600 times more than any other substance known to man.

Mice Kill For Cocaine

The other famous experiment is even more intriguing. Mice could hit a button and get a small dose of cocaine and they could also drink as much as they wanted and hit a button to release food. The mice would always go for the cocaine, never once stopping to eat or drink until days later they died. They also did the same experiment with heroine, and the mice would get a dose, eat, sleep, wake up eat a bit more then get more heroine. The could still lead productive life’s. They continued to groom themselves, eat and sleep.

The Most Addictive Substance Known To Man And Mice

Their daily functions were not terribly interrupted. This is true for humans as well. We live with and around many people that are addicted to opiod’s (heroine) and we don’t even know it, because they still live a functional life, going to working, grooming, sleeping. Cocaine is therefore the most addictive substance known to man and mice.

The Most Addictive Substance Known To Man And Mice

Mice Go Crazy For Cocaine

The mice taking cocaine doses on the other hand were completed crazy. They only ran around in a frenzy and the only activity they wanted to do was to take more cocaine. They did not sleep, groom themselves, eat or drink any fluids. And humans addicted to cocaine share many of these traits, if not all of them. Cocaine addicts may not groom themselves, many cannot hold down a steady job, many do not eat or drink and lose too much weight and become unhealthy or even die.

Monkeys Cut Off Cocaine To Save Their Lives

They did the same experiment with the monkeys, and after 5 days they had to stop the experiment to safe their life’s. They became insane, and one was so agitated, he actually chewed off his own fingers. The only ambition they had was to obtain another dose of cocaine.

Smoking while using cocaine magnifies it’s euphoric effects, so much, that smokers tend to chain smoke. Even worse, people that are non-smokers also tend to chain smoke. This places considerable more strain on your cardiovascular system.

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